Shining a light on some of the hottest new music to drop over the course of the past week, END. select their top five musical moments for your listening pleasure.
VINCE STAPLES - "VINCE STAPLES"
Debuting his latest full-length offering, Vince Staples shares "Vince Staples", executively produced by Kenny Beats. His first LP since 2018's "FM!", the Long Beach rapper offers a slice of confessional storytelling, diving into his upbringing in California and his modern day situation.
IDK - "USEE4YOURSELF"
Dropping his latest full-length project, IDK shares "USEE4YOURSELF" - a 17-track opus delivering the Maryland rapper's reflections on life, fame and fortune. Boasting a plethora of features from Young Thug, MF DOOM, Rico Nasty and Offset, the vocalist deftly switches up style, pirouetting between dance floor fillers and trap anthems.
KORELESS - "AGOR"
Finally releasing his debut album after a smattering of singles dating back to 2011, Koreless preps "Agor". Having cut his teeth writing beats for FKA Twigs, the Welsh producer returns with his first solo work since 2015. Capturing Koreless' trademark cut up sound and beatless approach, "Agor" serves as an exhilarating and long-awaited first LP.
SNOH AALEGRA - "TEMPORARY HIGHS IN THE VIOLET SKIES"
"TEMPORARY HIGHS IN THE VIOLET SKIES" sees Snoh Aalegra lay claim to her portion of the contemporary R&B world with her trademark blend of retro aesthetics and uplifting vocals. With features from Tyler, The Creator and James Fauntleroy, the Swedish vocalist offers a bold musical statement on her third LP.
DAVE - "CLASH (FEAT. STORMZY)"
Teaming up with Stormzy on "Clash", Dave's latest single serves up hard-hitting drill centring around a sombre piano chord progression, the genre's signature skittering hi-hats and booming bass. Trading off quick witted verses, the two London rappers exhibit their trademark flows and distinctive approach to drill.